Rape victims are waiting more than a year for cases to go to trial, making prosecution targets a 'pipe-dream'.
Justice secretary Robert Buckland said to believe maximum fine of £5,000 not enough.
Journalist E. Jean Carroll's attorneys argue that's both "wrong and dangerous."
Joining Arj Singh, Paul Waugh and Rachel Wearmouth to discuss how to improve things is shadow domestic violence minister Jess Phillips, who calls for cross-party talks, why Liz Truss needs to do more, and also whether the Hartlepool by-election will reveal the direction of travel for post-Brexit, post-pandemic Britain.
The French actor has been charged in relation to allegations made by an actress in her 20s that date back to 2018.
The men's sentences were found to be "unduly lenient" – but they avoided the whole-life terms campaigners wanted.
The CPS' failure to prosecute rape effectively is not because they got the tech wrong, but because of misogyny, writes Ann Olivarius.
She may also continue to seek a sample of his DNA, a New York justice ruled.
Streete was convicted at Stafford Crown Court of the 2019 rape and murder of the 20-year-old in Tamworth, Staffordshire.
The End Violence Against Women coalition says the "legal system is barely functioning with regards to rape" as minister handed dossier of evidence.
The 65-year-old had denied 13 charges of alleged offences against nine women.
The 33-year-old insisted the allegations related to consensual sexual activity between him and the four complainants.
The disgraced Hollywood mogul is going to prison in upstate New York.
"Many of you wonder what happened to me, where did I disappear to and why."
We need to accept that while Weinstein’s conviction is a rarity, his behaviours aren’t, freelance journalist Sophie Wilkinson writes.
The disgraced film mogul faces up to 25 years in prison.
One woman appealed after a judge found she was not raped because she had "taken no physical steps" to stop the man.
The then-17 year old was attacked and raped by a group of rugby players at a hotel in Plymouth in 1978.
Prosecution is the last refuge of those determined to make sure sexual assault goes unexamined, journalist Lucia Osborne-Crowley writes.
Reynhard Sinaga, 36, was jailed for life and must serve a minimum of 30 years.